Annulment


#1

Even if there is no birth certificate he may have legally changed his name to the alias that he currently uses. If he did marry you with a name that he is not legally using then additional research would need to be done to prove that this is grounds for an annullment. The best thing for you to do is to consult with an attorney to discuss your specific options.

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#2

Help! I was just married in December of 2007, and my husband and I separated in February of 2008, after I learned that he was one big fat liar. He had told me prior to marriage that he was 30 years old. After being married, I came across his ID, which I had mistook for a Driver’s license(another lie) and learned that he would be 28 if that ID were correct. When I asked my husband about this, he told me that he had had this fake ID created to avoid legal trouble, never giving me full details, other than a friend of his was murdered and he would have gone to jail. Anyway, I maintained the ID, and sent it to the state in which he was born, along with his mother’s maiden name, and his father’s name, and his social security number to request a birth certifite. The information I received back from New Jersey, which is sealed by the state of New Jersey states that no record of the event of his birth was found meaning that (1) the event did not occur on the date which was stated.(2)The report was made under a different name. This is the information used to file our marriage certificate, meaning that he falsified information on the birth certificate. How do I go about proving that there is no marriage? What are the procedures for this?
Thanks for any assistance you can give.

Serena